Marlins marvels on form

PUBLISHED: 10:59 03 April 2008 | UPDATED: 11:40 29 April 2010

TWENTY three top three placings and 15 personal bests were achieved by swimmers from March Marlins on Saturday. They were competing in the Huntingdon Piranhas Spring Shield cut off gala against swimmers from Rushden, Chatteris and Huntingdon swimming club

TWENTY three top three placings and 15 personal bests were achieved by swimmers from March Marlins on Saturday.

They were competing in the Huntingdon Piranhas Spring Shield cut off gala against swimmers from Rushden, Chatteris and Huntingdon swimming clubs.

First places went to Bryan Carson in the 50 M open Freestyle, Ellis Westgate 50M 15 yrs Butterfly (PB) and Sydney Davis in 50M 11yrs Breaststroke (PB).

Second places went to Jessica Cable in 50 M 11yrs Freestyle (PB), Hannah Lifshack in 50M 15yrs Breaststroke (PB), Gavin Lenton 50M 15yrs Breaststroke, and Laura Bevis 50M 13 yrs Butterfly (PB).

Third places went to Stephanie Cole in 50M open Butterfly and 50M open Freestyle,

Bryan Carson in the 50M open Butterfly, Hannah Lifshack in 50M 15yrs Backstroke (PB), Craig Nicholls in 50M 15yrs Backstroke and 50 M 15yrs Freestyle (PB), Daisy Bevis 50M 13yrs Breaststroke (PB), Aaron Kiel 50 M 11yrs Freestyle (PB), Heather Nicholls 50M open Backstroke (PB), Patrick McCormack 50M open Backstroke (PB) and 50M open Breaststroke (PB), Amy Bevis 50 M 13yrs Freestyle, Nicola Lenton in 50M 15yrs Freestyle, Adam Lifshack 50M 13 yrs Butterfly.

The girls' medley relay teams of Amy Bevis, Sydney Davis, Hannah Lifshack and Lucy Halls came home third as well as the girls' freestyle relay of Lucy Halls, Jessica Cable, Nicola Lenton and Heather Nicholls.

New personal bests were gained by Ellis Westgate 50M 13yrs 50 M Freestlye, Lucy Halls 50M 11 yrs Butterfly, Josh Dando 50M Backstroke.

Also swimming were Chloe Cook, Lee Clark.

Final placings for the night were Rushden 118.5, Huntingdon 113 Chatteris 88 and March 71.5.


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